Yahoo! Oil News

By , September 28, 2010 10:40 pm

(news provided by Yahoo! Sports)

  1. Anaheim Ducks sign Shawn Horcoff to 1-year, $1.75 mill deal (The Associated Press):
    Veteran center Shawn Horcoff has agreed to a one-year, $1.75 million deal with the Anaheim Ducks. The Ducks announced the deal Friday. Horcoff had 29 points and a plus-9 rating in 76 games for the Dallas Stars last
  2. NHL-National Hockey League roundup (Reuters):
    July 3 (The Sports Xchange) – The Columbus Blue Jackets signed left winger Brandon Saad on Friday to a six-year contract through the 2020-21 NHL season. Terms were not disclosed, but Sportsnet reported the deal carries an average annual value of $6 million. – – The Buffalo Sabres signed forward Ryan O'Reilly to a seven-year contract extension. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Sportsnet reported the contract has an average annual value of $7.5 million. – – The Edmonton
  3. Rocky’s ready to rumble as head coach of Windsor Spitfires (Yahoo Sports):
    New coach Rocky Thompson on Spitfires: ‘We want to play fast and we want to play
  4. Free agent frenzy analysis; Nonis to Ducks; Visnovsky not done yet (Puck Headlines) (Puck Daddy):
    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. Have a link you want to submit? Email us at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com . The thighs are great but this is still the best photo of Martin St. Louis and my life goal. pic.twitter.com/tKL16cy9j2 — Dave Lozo (@DaveLozo) July 2, 2015 • For your Hall of Fame consideration: Martin St. Louis laying on a gurney while having beer
  5. Oilers sign No. 1 pick McDavid to 3-year, entry-level deal (The Associated Press):
    Connor McDavid played 66 junior games for the Erie Otters this season and seven more at the world junior championship. McDavid went to Quebec City for the CHL awards, Buffalo for the NHL scouting combine, Edmonton for a visit and finally South Florida for the NHL draft. This week, the No. 1 pick is back in Edmonton for the Oilers development camp, his first time on the ice in orange and
  6. Green movement coloring way sports looks at environment (The Associated Press):
    Andrew Ference was at the beginning of his NHL career when he met Dr. David Suzuki, who hosts a TV show in Canada. Ference told Suzuki about all the ways he’s environmentally responsible at home. ”I was really patting myself on the back, and he just kind of looked at me and said ‘So what?”’ Ference
  7. Connor McDavid officially shakes on entry level deal with Oilers (Puck Daddy):
    The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to an entry level deal with Canadian wunderkind Connor McDavid. Alas, for those of us wishing both he and Jack Eichel (picked No. 2 in the 2015 Draft by the Sabres) would pull a Lindros and hold out to go somewhere else – this is not the case. Eichel signed his contract Wednesday.  Above is the photo of McDavid (the No. 1 pick in last weekend’s draft) and Oilers general manager Peter Chiarelli – shaking on The Chosen One’s first contract. All these
  8. Sensible July 1 deals; free agent fallout; ‘Moose’ heads to San Jose (Puck Headlines) (Puck Daddy):
    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. Have a link you want to submit? Email us at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com .   Two of the newest jerseys in the @NHL Store here in NYC. @BlueJacketsNHL @LAKings #Saad #Lucic . pic.twitter.com/vSe2H6Nu4M — Steve Mears (@MearsyNHL) July 1, 2015 • That’s a nice shiny, brand new Brandon Saad Blue Jackets jersey. Better act
  9. Why would St. Louis Blues want to trade Kevin Shattenkirk? (Puck Daddy):
    In deciding what went wrong in a given team’s season, one assigns some players as being part of the problem and others as part of the solution.  A lot went wrong with the St. Louis Blues in the Stanley Cup Playoffs last season. The idea that defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk, with his eight goals and 44 points in 56 games, was part of the problem and not the solution is hard to comprehend. And yet his name bounced around the rumor mill at the NHL Draft, with the Edmonton Oilers the most
  10. Kessel trade to Penguins highlights start of NHL free agency (The Associated Press):
    On the first day of NHL free agency, a blockbuster trade stole the spotlight. The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired high-scoring winger Phil Kessel from Toronto on Wednesday in the biggest move of the day, while a handful of prominent defenseman found new homes in free agency. Mike Green signed a multiyear deal with Detroit, Andrej Sekera signed a $33 million, six-year contract with Edmonton, Paul Martin inked a $19.4 million, four-year deal with San Jose and Francois Beauchemin got a three-year

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